MQM Saleem Shahzad Par His Tweet Quits Politics
LONDON: Saleem Shahzad, an ex-senior leader of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) on Thursday expressed his desire to relinquish politics in a bid to utilise his experience in some other area.
Planing to resign from politics— Saleem Shahzad (@saleemshahzad6) October 15, 2015
Once considered one of the most active mainstream politician of the party took to Twitter to announce the decision he was considering. Shahzad said this was his family’s wish and added that a ‘bright and peaceful Karachi’ was his dream.
I did not spoke to any news Chanel just tweet it's my and my family decision but my dream is a bright and peace full karachi— Saleem Shahzad (@saleemshahzad6) October 15, 2015
Shahzad was suspended from the MQM a few years ago and since then has not taken part in the party politics. He, however, regularly attended the party events in its London Secretariat.
The former MQM leader had previously spoken out against a ‘mafia’ in the party working against its chief Altaf Hussain.
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